'Star Wars: Battlefront II' will offer players "drastic" class customisation options.
Dennis Brannvall - who works as the associate design director for the hotly anticipated second instalment of the action shooter video game developed by EA DICE - has revealed new information about the game through a series of tweets, where he stressed that whilst the game won't offer the same "freedom" in class options as the 2015 instalment, the class customisation is still extensive enough to suit player needs.
One fan asked Dennis on the micro-blogging website: "@DICE_FireWall I really enjoyed the freedom of the star card system in battlefront 2015 will the class system offer the same freedom? (sic)"
To which Dennis replied: "it's not the same freedom, but you can definitely customise your trooper class quite drastically to suit your playstyle (sic)"
And the developer also hinted that the crew are working on making "improvements" to the reloading system when it comes to the game's weapons.
One user asked: "Will there be a cooldown or reloading system on wespons? Thank you !! And keep up the great work! (sic)"
And Dennis replied: "Both, kind off. We're doing some improvements and we'll have more details later. (sic)"
Meanwhile, game designer Christian Johannesen recently confirmed that certain items included in the special 'Elite Trooper Deluxe Edition' of the game - which costs $80 - will be made available to all players through unlocking during gameplay.
He tweeted in response to a question which asked if the items were exclusive: "[The items] Can be unlocked by playing. (sic)"
'Star Wars: Battlefront II' launches on November 17 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.